Inheritance Act Claims

Inheritance Act Claims? We can help.

Our Family Law Solicitors will help you regarding all types of family law matters including divorce, separations, Inheritance Act Claims and other family-related matters. Our Family Solicitors are available over a phone call, email or in-person, whatever suits you.

You can make a claim under the Inheritance Act if the decedent did not leave intestacy (a valid Will) or you are left out of a Will or haven’t been given as much as you deserve. Claims concerning an individual’s estate and inheritance can be complicated. This is important to seek legal assistance as soon as possible. Our solicitors can assist you in filing an Inheritance Act claim or defending an Inheritance Act claim if your inheritance has been threatened.

You usually have 6 months to file an Inheritance Act claim after the grant of probate. However, in some cases, you may request an extension from the court.

How our Family Law Solicitors can help?

With the wealth of knowledge and experience, we have one of the greatest teams of professional family lawyers in the United Kingdom. Our expert solicitors guide you in all areas of family law, including separation, divorce, prenuptial agreements, childcare, and financial settlements. When you are in need, we provide one-on-one consultation. Our experts listen to you, offer support, and present viable solutions for the best possible outcome for you and your family.

The Inheritance Act of 1975 protects you if you are financially reliant on someone else after he/she dies. This means that some dependants may challenge a Will that does not give them an appropriate amount of inheritance. The Inheritance Act may regulate the following people:

  • A civil partner/spouse.
  • Child, adopted child, or child who is treated as a child of the marriage (e.g. step-children).
  • Ex civil partner or spouse If he/she does not remarry.
  • An individual who lived with the decedent for at least 2 years before their death.
  • Any individual was being financially supported by the decedent.

Our Family Solicitors at Solicitors Inn’ have great empathy for families going through terrible times. We’ve helped many couples figure out how to deal with their problems, and we’ll peacefully work with you to find a happy medium.

We submit the applications along with all the required documentation and pieces of information on behalf of the client in time. We obtain updates and provide you with updates on your family matters without any delay.

How to get started?

To book an initial consultation please fill in the form below and someone from our team will contact you as soon as possible. We’re here to answer your questions. If you prefer to contact us by phone then call us on 0203 500 8000 or email us at

Why choose Solicitors’ Inn?

Our team of solicitors can communicate with you in your own language. We can discuss your Family-related matters in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hindi, Pashto, Punjabi, Saraiki, Sindhi, Tamil, and Urdu. Talk to our Family Lawyers today to book an appointment.

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